Have Questions about reporting concerns?
Read our Speak Up For Kids – Duty to Report Brochure brochure.
What Happens If I Call?
Anytime you call us regarding a concern that a child or youth may be harmed, or are at risk of harm, you will be able to speak to a child protection worker who will listen to your concerns to assess and determine if a response is required and what type.
Adoption is one option Children’s Aid Societies consider when looking for life-long connections for children and youth in care.
Children and youth lose so much when they have to leave their community. By opening your home, you can make a difference in their life. We need caregivers as diverse as the children that require care.
The term “Customary Care” is no longer used. For information about Alternative Care, please visit Dnaagdawenmag Binnoojiiyag Child & Family Service.